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Turkey Elections.

It never fails to amuse me when people think elections are going to change anything.
Especially if they live in a capitalist, totalitarian government, or dictatorial type of state. 361 more words


Who is Fair?

Here is a little something to ponder as you unplug from work this weekend.

While raising our three daughters, the question of fairness came up occasionally. 422 more words

Israel Commentary

Worth watching

Grab a cup of coffee an watch this interview with a candidate for Congress in New York City. I worked in NYC 1984-1990 and while there spent a lot of time in Brooklyn and the Bronx. 136 more words

Blog Posts

Ontario Looks Right--With Some Help From the "Left"

Herman Rosenfeld recently wrote an article on the election of the right-wing government of Doug Ford in Ontario, Canada (Ontario Looks Right). I would like to take issue with some of his analysis, specifically in relation to unions (and, to a less extent, to community organizations). 1,161 more words


Mobile Monday’s Theme: Motivation

I know it’s late but motivation never sleeps. I received this book a couple of weeks ago at a leadership conference and I haven’t had a chance to read it yet. 143 more words



I think fairness is more important than equality.  I think we should always work to our strengths and find others to support our weaknesses.  We can work to improve in every aspect, but I will never be the chef my husband is and that is good.  517 more words

Mental Health

What's fun for profs is not fun for all

I want to share a quick story about something slightly stupid that I did some years ago, while teaching. 442 more words